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LIU Website Needs More Work Than Expected

Byline: Andrea Deignan Last Thursday there was a discussion in Professor Ryden’s Writing for Business class involving the school website. The contention  among the students was that the website, which just went though a major revision this past year, is still lacking. “On other schools websites, it is so easy…

New Dean of Health Professions and Nursing

As her first semester comes to an end Dr. MaryAnn Clark Dean of the College of Health Professions and Nursing took time to reflect on her start here at C.W. Post. Dr. Clark has just recently settled into her new office in the mansion. The office occupies what used to…

Media Arts Department Welcomes Mobile Journalist

On Thursday, November 18th C.W Post students had the opportunity of listening to speaker, Robert Cassidy, courtesy of the Media Arts Department, a mobile journalist from Newsday. Cassidy shared his journey with prospective journalists as well as those who share a love for the field. Cassidy was “born into the…

Runway Fashion Show Gives Sneak Peak at What’s To Come in the Spring

Over 200 students, faculty members, and community members came out to the Tilles Atrium Friday, November 19 to view the sold out C.W. Post fall fashion show.  The show, nicknamed “Rouge: A Runway Tale,” featured clothes designed and modeled by Post students. This was the first of two shows scheduled…

Long Island Election Day Controversy

The new voting machines being used on Election Day in Suffolk County have been proven faulty, as it appeared to be an unofficial victory for incumbent Congressman Tim Bishop over Republican Randy Altschuler. The Board Of Elections (BOE) in Suffolk County, located in Yaphank, NY, collects its information through phone…

International Education Week

Monday, November 15th, marked the fifth annual International Education Week (IEW) dinner here on campus. The event was held in the Tilles Atrium and was hosted, for the first time, by the International Student Union (ISU). The night’s program included speeches by the Provost, Dr. Paul Forestell, and Geography professor,…

Make a Change, Go Green!

“We’re all about spreading good changes for the environment within the campus,” Billy Achnitz, the C.W. Post Recycling Program coordinator, said. The Recycling Program was brought to campus by the PEACE CORP around 2004. Even though the program’s main purpose is to recycle, it is a hands on experience as…

Contest Responses

Greetings Post Pioneer! I am an avid reader of the Pioneer and would like to say your doing a great job! I do however have a suggestion. What about a page for job opportunities on campus. I work at the Hilllwood Commons Information Desk and students always ask, “Whose hiring!”…

Support Your Veterans!

This Monday marked the start of Veteran Appreciation Week on campus.  Veterans in the faculty, among the student body, and in the community, will be honored all week long through a number of different events around campus in their name. Monday’s festivities included a talk by Daniel Murphy in the…

Youths Lacked a Voice in Midterm Elections

The voter turnout among youths aged from 18-29 is not as substantial as it should’ve been. The Chronicle of Higher Education reports, “roughly 20 percent of Americans under the age of 30 voted in Tuesday’s midterm elections, according to the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.” However, youth voters dominated the…